Prajwal Revanna Updates: Karnataka sex scandal case – Prajwal Revanna to return to India, appear before SIT: Reports | India News

NEW DELHI: Hassan MP Prajwal Revanna, who is facing charges of sexually abusing women, on Monday has claimed that he would return to India and appear before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the cases against him on May 31.
Exactly a month after he left the country, Prajwal purportedly released a video and showed his intent to come back to his country.
“I will personally on Friday, May 31 at 10 am will come before the SIT and will cooperate with the investigation and will respond to it (charges). I have faith in court and I am confident I will come out of false cases through court,” he said in the video claiming that all the charges levelled against him were false.
He also said that he wanted to apologise to his family.
While there was no immediate independent confirmation from the JD(S) or Prajwal’s family regarding the matter, he affirmed his determination to confront the allegations and seek resolution. “Let God’s, people’s and family’s blessing be on me. I will surely come before SIT on May 31, Friday. After coming, I will try to put an end to all this. Keep faith in me,” he added.

The 33-year-old Prajwal, who is the grandson of JD(S) patriarch and former PM H D Deve Gowda and is NDA’s candidate from Hassan Lok Sabha segment, is facing charges of multiple instances of sexually abusing women.
Prajwal reportedly left for Germany on April 27, a day after Hassan went to polls, and is still at large. A ‘Blue Corner Notice’ seeking information on his whereabouts has already been issued by the Interpol, following a request by the SIT via the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
A Special Court for Elected Representatives issued an arrest warrant on May 18 against Prajwal Revanna, following an application moved by the SIT. The Congress-led Karnataka government has urged the Centre to cancel his diplomatic passport.

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